Posted: 10/8/2020 11:31:31 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/9/2020 7:13:26 AM EDT by LPGBlock]
Pic is linked.
I'm pretty good at taking a Glock apart except today was my first time doing the mag release and takedown lever. Very slightly bent the take down spring but i bent it back (really not much, the last 2 coils were on a 15-degree angle)
Went to put the gun back together and the picture is what I'm left with...
DO I need a new takedown lever spring or did I do something else? I took it all back apart and nothing seemed weird.
Edit: The takedown spring has plenty of pressure, is the same length as it was from the factory, and rides smoothly up and down in its channel... WTF.
Edit: Was so damn wore out from the day I didnt put in the Locking block. I cant find it now
It looks like the barrel is behind the locking block.
I have a Gen 5 G45 and the slide can be pulled off by lifting BEFORE the slide goes fully forward.
My first thought was it takes a lot of talent to get a barrel in that location. Not meaning to be a smart ass... but as a career long Glock Armorer I have never seen this condition.
The barrel should never be able to sit behind the locking block!
[Last Edit: 10/10/2020 7:18:06 AM EDT by LPGBlock]
Originally Posted By Urimaginaryfrnd:
No what you need is a revolver. They wont do that.
GD is the other way. This is for troubleshooting.